Early Immigrants By the Name Baham
The earliest known documented ancestors in the Baham lineage are Jean Baptiste Baham and his parents Jean Baam and Marie Stea. He is also known as Jean Bahans, Jean Baam, and Juan Baham.
Jean Baptiste Baham arrived in Mobile, West Florida on October 2 1764 where he signed a British Oath Of Allegiance. He married Francoise Guillory and they had five adult children: René, Joseph, Baptiste , Pierre and Louis .
They moved to Louisiana in 1782 after receiving a land grant from Spain. He then founded the town of Madisonville, Louisiana.
What Is Their Country of Origin?
According to his will from 1807, he was born in Barsac, Gironde, Aquitaine, France. Barsac is a village near Bourdeaux and in the Aquitaine region. Back in the 1700s, this area was all part of Gascogne. The coordinates are 44 36 N, 0 19 W.
How Do YOU Pronounce Baham?
Many different people pronounce "Baham" many different ways.
"Bay-ham" "Bay-um" "Ba-HAM" "Bom" "Bam"
Please add the variations that you have used or have heard.
GEDMatch IDs A554090 and M983478... Ancestry.com member Denyse_Baham... FTDNA ID B15320...23andMe member Denyse 2 Baham
GEDMatch ID A445407 ...
GEDMatch IDs A518496 and M568238...23andMe member Juanita Maurice
GEDMatch ID A846323... Ancestry.com member jeremy_86
GEDMatch ID A202828... Ancestry.com member peesum
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GEDMatch ID A293396... Ancestry.com member jrodriguez46241
GEDmatch ID A944153
Genographic and FTDNA Y-DNA: R, U152, L2, Z49, Z150